Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Christie says he is not the "decider"

When he was U.S. Attorney, Republican gubernatorial nominee Chris Christie owned stock in a company that was at the time under investigation by his own office. Asked by reporters about the investment today, Christie said that although he saw the investment in his portfolio “the way my investments worked, I had no authority to order the buying or the selling of any particular stocks in that fund. Those decisions were all made by my investment advisor, and I did not have the ability to tell him to buy any particular stock or sell any particular stock.”

Evidently Christie is rehearsing how he intends to pass the buck to his subordinates if he becomes Governor.

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